Arshad Warsi is planning to make is debut in the film direction as well and he reveal that his directorial film will be quirky, action comedy. He said to the media that “My next step will be direction. I am working on a script,”, he further said that “The film will be a quirky, action comedy. It will be a Guy Ritchie kind of film with effective one-liners and stuff.”

He told the media that he will start directing films after wrap up all his running projects. He said that he has lots of projects and commitments to fulfil, once he done with that and he gets enough time, he will get into the film direction. Estimating his timeframe he said that by the middle or end of the next year he will change his focus to direction only.

He recently made his producing debut with the recently released movie “Hum, Tum Aur Ghost” in which he played the lead role as well with Dia Mirza and Booman Irani on the other hand. Talking about his experience as producer he said that he was happy being producer of the film because he was with the people he loved. All his co-stars in the film were his friends, they are brilliant actors, wonderful people and we had similar sensibilities. He added “We were making a film that all of us related to. So we were happy doing it and this happiness was worth a lot,”

Arshad started his career as choreographer and later on made his appearance as an actor in the film Tere Mere Sapne released in 1996. After the success of the film he played roles in some other films but most of the film failed at box office but in 2003 he came to fame with Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s film Munnabhai M.B.B.S as Circuit alongside Sanjay Dutt. This was a huge box office hit film of the year. Later he was appeared in some successful movies such as “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya”, “Golmaal”, “Lage Raho Munna Bhai”, “Golmaal Returns”. He also wowed the audiences with his performance in action crime drama “Sehar”. After the success of “Munnabhai…”, Arshad, who is married to ex-MTV VJ Maria Goretti, was mostly seen in comic capers.

But the actor declares he is setting up to shift his attention to serious cinema soon. Recently he proved his worth in Vishal Bhardwaj’s “Ishqiya” – from critics to movie buffs, everyone raved about his performance. Other than this, Arshad will be seen in the follow-up “Shortkut 2: The Con is Back”.

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